retro

Apple’s iPod Classic’s are selling for as much as $900, which is over $650 above the original retail price. The discontinued digital music player is seeing resurgence thanks to its enormous storage capacity and scarcity, immediately making it one of the retro items that came back in 2014.

Jordan Brand held their Holiday Preview for press today (Sept 24.). Of all the kicks and gear we got a sneak peak at, one shoe that particularly caught our eye was Carmelo Anthony‘s Jordan Melo M10 signature sneaker.

Prepare yourselves, sneaker enthusiasts. The familiar $160 retail price applied to most of Michael Jordan’s signature retros are going up in price.

The sneaker game is getting stressful. The latest holy grail to get another Retro treatment is the Air Jordan XI in the black and varsity red aka “Bred” colorway. Getting your hands on a pair, or two, of your own will require equal parts skill, savvy, a nice hook up and some good ol’ faith.

Air Jordan IIIs are highly coveted but the Air Jordan IVs, released first in 1989, may be just as revered. The kicks Michael Jordan crushed Craig Ehlo and the Cleveland Cavaliers’ dream in have been retroed at least a few times, and Jordan Brand is putting them back in stores again this Black Friday.

Allen Iverson may be persona non grata in the NBA, but his sneakers are still highly coveted by fans. Especially A.I.’s first signature shoe, the Reebok Question Mid, which is getting a retro release on May 25th. The shoes first dropped in 1996, featured Hexalite cushioning and thanks to a white leather upper and a […]